The Java Broker's config.xml/ServerConfiguration class still shows traces of the old MINA transport configuration keys and other relics from the past. The legacy will confuse our users and make the Java Broker appear more complicated to configure than it really is:
- References to MINA transport configuration keys: enableDirectBuffers/enablePooledAllocator/filterchain in Java code and example config files.
- References to compressBufferOnQueue in config XMLs. The implementation that used the key was removed back in 2007 by
- References to broker side configuration key enableJMSXUserID. This broker feature was removed by
QPID-943 (which replaced the functionality with an equivilent client side option).